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OAKDALE SHOOTING: 3rd victim identified, finger amputated

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FOX 9 News has confirmed the identity of the third victim of the random shooting in Oakdale as 68-year-old Karen Knoblach.

Family members say Knoblach remains in Regions Hospital. She was shot in the hand and leg, and had a finger amputated, according to the family.

Knoblach was injured after 34-year-old Nhan Lap Tran began to shoot at random vehicles near the intersection of 7th Street and Hadley Avenue.

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